Time is running out for someone to come forward and claim the £58 million EuroMillions jackpot that was won in March. Lottery players only have a few days left to claim this life-changing prize. Players who have bought EuroMillions tickets over the last few months are urged to double-check their tickets.
If the lucky player does not come forward with their winning ticket by September 13th the prize will be forfeited and the entire £58 million will be awarded to various charities. These charities include sports clubs, arts and culture foundations and public housing initiatives.
A claim was put forward in April, but Camelot have confirmed that this claim has since been invalidated. The lucky numbers that have won the jackpot are 5, 7, 8, 16, 20, with the bonus ball numbers 2 and 12.
The claim deadline for another £1 million EuroMillions prize is also approaching. The deadline for this prize will the 16th of September before it will also be paid out to various charities.
The largest ever unclaimed EuroMillions jackpot was £63 million from 2012 from a ticket sold in Hitchin, UK. If nobody claims this jackpot it would make it the second biggest unclaimed EuroMillions jackpot ever.
The EuroMillions has a starting jackpot of €17 million, one of the biggest starting jackpots of any European lottery. The EuroMillions will rollover and get bigger until it reaches the jackpot cap of €190 million.
This doesn't include the regular EuroMillions Superdraws, which have the same EuroMillions winners odds but have much larger prizes. EuroMillions Superdraws happen periodically throughout the year.